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Zero 4

August 12, 2013 No comments

Marazzi’s thin tile has a slim 4.8 mm profile that makes it an ideal solution for renovation projects because it can be installed directly over pre-existing floors or wall coverings. Even very large-format tiles are light and easy to maneuver, easy to cut and easy to drill, making them an ideal choice for a wide range of projects. Cost savings accrue in all phases of a job –time, transportation, material consumption, working costs. Additionally, thin tile, reduces environmental impact throughout all phases of its life cycle.

Facciate Ventilate / Ventilated Facades - Technology

August 12, 2013 No comments

The first ever system launched by Marazzi remains a very popular choice because of its simplicity and affordability. The parts of the outer face are supported by AISI3I6Ti stainless steel hooks, in a standard- (for four plates) or basic configuration (for two plates) and are riveted to a supporting structure made of extruded aluminium vertical sections. These are secured to the wall using brackets spaced at preset distances that take the size of plate into account. The A.G.V. system can be used for either flat or vertical surfaces and even for sloping or curving (polygon) surfaces. The standard plate sizes used are 60x120 cm, 60x60 cm and 30x60 cm, all of which can be squared. Other sizes can also be used made by cutting standard sizes.

Facciate Ventilate / Ventilated Facades - Benefits

August 12, 2013 No comments

Ventilated facade are a complex system that works by combining various physical and technical principles and result in a number of benefits that are hard to get with a tradition wall covering system.

Ventilated Facades and Their Role in LEED Designation

August 12, 2013 No comments

Green not only refers to the color of money for this bank, but also for the many steps the
financial institution took in designing and building an environmentally friendly,
community-serving facility

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